First Serious Test

Jeg har endelig funnet ut av nedlastingen av bilder fra min Huawei-telefon!!! Og litt plundrete ble det jo, men nå er det gjort. Og så gjelder det bare at en gammel man greier å huske fremgangsmåten til neste gang!
Men så var det resultatet da!  Hva skal man vel si om det? Brukbart skarpt og lite å si på farge-gjengivelse etc., men selve linsen som sitter i denne telefonen krummer nok horisonten noe mer enn hva jeg er vant til. Så står jo da husvegger og flaggstenger i alle retninger? 🙂 Det enkleste løsning på dette problemet er jo å være litt mer oppmerksom på hva man har på skjermen?  I naturen må det være mulig å unngå rette vegger, flaggstenger og/eller kirkespir, men – er det absolutt umulig, ja så bør de plasseres noenlunde midt i bildet. Da blir det ikke så merkbart. Man lærer så lenge man har en mobiltelefon! 🙂
Men – hva synes nå dere?  Vil det være OK å benytte seg av mobilkameraet en gang i mellom?
I have finally found a way to upload pictures from my new Huawei phone! A bit tricky, of course, but by trying and failing – now it’s done! My next problem will probably be to remember what I did at the next crossroad?! 🙂
So – what may we say about the result? Sharpness and colors weren’t too bad, I think, but this a tiny tiny lens, and hous walls, flagpoles and telephone masts seem to point in all directions! 🙂  The simple solution to this problem in the future will be trying to avoid all such elements. Easy to do in nature, but somewhat more difficult within urban areas!
And if it absolutely cannot be avoided, to place such elements towards the center of the piture! Then the problem won’t be that easy to notice. You may learn as you go and as long as one is using a mobile phone! 🙂
But – what do you think? Is it OK to use the phone from time to time?

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20 Responses to First Serious Test

  1. Missy's Crafty Mess says:

    I think it’s beautiful. I didn’t even notice that the poles were angled until I read your text.

    • Seenorway says:

      He he, Missy, may I interest you in a new set of glasses? 🙂

      • Missy's Crafty Mess says:

        I admittedly wasn’t wearing my glasses when I commented last week. Perhaps I should put them on and reread your blog!?

    • Seenorway says:

      He he! Your choice! The thing is that being an amateur photographer your vision sort of grow on you! Today, when I visit some of my old reports I may flich and wonder how I could accept a picture like that? But then – those pictures may have been taken 10 years ago with a different camera, different technology, different lenses a.s.o.
      The world is moving and I’m trying to tag along as long as my brain will let me, however, at some point. (Well, you know 🙂 )

  2. Paola says:

    I think the phone works. Huawei is famous for the quality of picture

    • Seenorway says:

      That is why I chose the Huawei, Paola, but – I have discovered a couple of tasks where I have to be very observant in the future. I have taken a shot of a grain field and – I just happened to have another picture of the exact same motif taken with my main camera a couple of weeks ago. I’ll publish both in the same post enabling comparison!

  3. Leyla says:

    Fantastisk flott bilde! Kvaliteten er superb!
    Du behøver ikke engang tenke på at kvaliteten er dårlig, den er nemlig meget god!

    • Seenorway says:

      Nja, jo (takk), men antagelig litt variabel. Må nok gå noen runder for å finne ut hva jeg må passe ekstra godt på, men et godt alternativ når man ikke har Olympus’en med . . .

  4. -Eugenia says:

    Stunning photo, Svein! I think your phone is a good alternative especially for “in the moment”. However, knowing that you’re a perfectionist, the phone camera won’t replace your professional camera. 🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Thank you, Eugenia. Well, I don’t know about this ‘perfectionist business’, you know?
      After all it’s just a hobby of mine, however, that is just why I purchased such a phone.
      The camera is in a bag with extra lenses, filters, batteries and such and wheighs 10 lbs easy! And I’m not carrying that around on a daily basis. But I might have my phone handy, even if it’s bit larger (6,2 inches) than I appreciate.

  5. I think dear Svein, its a most definite Success.. 🙂 Lovely clear image.. 🙂 ❤

  6. puzzleblume says:

    To me, it seems fine.
    If you took images from buildings to make the best of the wide angle, you could use a freeware graphic programm like ShiftN on your computer first to correct the perspective distortion. Maybe someone of your readers knows about such for mobile phones, but myself, I take the way from phone to pc and later to the blog.

    • Seenorway says:

      That’s what I do as well, but it’s hard to correct such faults after the picture has been taken. Better to study angles, directions and motives before shooting the picture.

  7. renxkyoko says:

    Phones come in handy when you want to capture something beautiful or unusual , ” in the moment ” .

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